The Month In Pictures #27

Someone wise once said ” the first impression always counts,” well, the one month old Justicia Digital Learning Campus has made its first impression this April. JDLC hosted the Mpumalanga Arts Festivals, which introduced art and performance as a method of learning to three rural high school learners. Four Justicia primary schools started learning through the Open Learning Academy programme with so much excitement from both the students, their teachers from school and the JDLC facilitators. Learn more about the activities that have been happening in GWF’s digital campuses through this compilation of ‘The Month in Pictures’ below.


This month Justicia Digital Learning Campus hosted the Mpumalanga Arts Festival for the first time under the marula trees. Echoes of singing, hands clapping and feet taping filled the barn as three local schools were introduced to a learning method called ‘Edudance’. Edudance promotes the teaching of school subjects as well as address social issues using music, performance, art and dance. Photo by GWF Media Coordinator, Accolade Ubisi.


Head of Conservation Academy, Byron Ross welcomed the Open Learning learners with an animal conservation lesson after the long school holidays. Photo by GWF Media Intern, Mfumo Thobela.


This month GWF introduced Open Learning programme to rural school learners of Justicia village. They experienced world class education at first hand learning Mathematics and English using tablets,computers and Wiggieboards in Justicia Digital Learning Campus. Photo by GWF Media Intern, Mfumo Thobela.


Grade 5 learners from Tfolinhlanhla Primary School were introduced to a programme called ‘Coachihng for Conservation’ (C4C). This programme was aims to educate young learners about the importance of nature conservation and to respect their natural habitat. Photo by GWF Media Intern, Wiseboy Shabangu.


This right here was prepared by Hazyview Digital Learning Campuses’ very own Barista students during their final practicals. HDLC has officially brewed 10 qualified Barista who come form rural Shabalala and its surroundings. Photo by GWF Media Intern, Mpho Lebyane.


Selby Msimango is one of the ten qualified Barista students who come from HDLC who are changing their lives. Their hard work and dedication has given a ticket to the corporate world. Photo by GWF Media Intern, Wiseboy Shabangu.

 Compiled by GWF Media Academy